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This review is from: The Enigma Of Kaspar Hauser [VHS] (VHS Tape)
I bought it and a few days later it arrived in the post. I sat down to watch it and when the film finished i thought to myself 'that was really good'.
You should watch it to
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Initial post: 3 Nov 2009, 15:23:31 GMT
You know, I would, but I only have a Betamax.
In reply to an earlier post on 7 Dec 2009, 17:17:08 GMT
Repulsine Klimator says:
now available on DVD but you will require a thing called a DVD player. DVDs are shiny magical disks that contain moving images with sound,
In reply to an earlier post on 29 Dec 2009, 10:55:30 GMT
Do they work upside down, the whole player that is? My TV works upside down, and so does my betamax. I will require a DVD player that works upside down, so no tray loading, I need clip grip spiggot attachment for DVD centres. It has to work upside down...
In reply to an earlier post on 30 Dec 2009, 18:09:18 GMT
Repulsine Klimator says:
A good quality player should work upside down. I advise you to go to your local Dicksons or local Indian takeaway and ask if they can demonstrate the dvd player working upside down, they have highly qualified and knowledgeable staff who are always pleased to be of assistance. Thanks for your comment, we appreciate your thoughts and comments and work hard to answer every question.
May your feet be forever free from verrucas.
In reply to an earlier post on 31 Dec 2009, 19:21:19 GMT
Last edited by the author on 31 Dec 2009, 19:22:21 GMT
I tried your suggestion but got told to go away strongly. This was in the local takeaway. I don't eat kebab meat after seeing the staff toilets in our local bab shop. Also there is a slight percentage chance of eating human remains in kebab meat. Apparently, statistics from government sources from randomly tested kebab meat showed on average a 0.02 percent human meat content. As this falls below the European Union set maximum allowance for the presence of human remains in meat for human consumption, at .035 percent, it is not deemed suitable for media release. It would be fine by me in quantity as human flesh is nice to eat, but the fact that it is tolerated in our food by a standard set in Brussels is beyond the pail. So I don't eat kebab meat. The DVD player question was thus met with hostility as I wasn't there to consume 'food'.
I have removed verruca roots since my childhood and saved them in a Polly Pocket Secret Box. It is quite a collection, some crispy and dry, some still soft and graftable.
May your eyes be free from styes.
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